Zafran, also known as saffron, is a spice derived from the Crocus sativus plant. While saffron has a long history of use in traditional medicine, there is limited scientific evidence to support its effectiveness in promoting hair growth and thickness.
There is some evidence to suggest that saffron may have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that could potentially benefit hair health. However, the majority of research has been conducted in vitro (in a laboratory setting) or on animal models, and more clinical studies are needed to fully understand the effects of saffron on human hair growth.
There is also limited research on the efficacy of zafran oil specifically for hair growth and thickness. While saffron oil is sometimes included in hair care products for its purported benefits, there is no scientific evidence to support its effectiveness.
In summary, while saffron may have some potential benefits for hair health, there is currently not enough evidence to support the use of zafran oil specifically for hair growth and thickness. It is always important to talk to a healthcare professional before using any new products on your hair or scalp.